Udder WarmThis page contains information on Udder Warm for veterinary use.
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- Udder Warm Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Udder Warm
- Direction and dosage information for Udder Warm
Udder WarmThis treatment applies to the following species:
For Use in Warm or Cold Weather in Dairy Cows
Helps in frost protection
FOR EXTERNAL USE IN ANIMALS ONLY
Keep Out of Reach of Children
Aspen Udder Warm® is specifically formulated for chapped teats and udders in dairy cows. When used as directed, it helps soften and soothe chapped teats and udders due to harsh weather conditions, such as excess sun, cold and wind. Helps in frost protection.
Directions For Use
After milking, dry udder with a clean, individual towel prior to application of cream. Gently massage cream into the skin of the udder and teats.
To avoid contamination of milk, thoroughly wash and dry udder and teats before each milking using an individual clean towel. Do not apply to open wounds or damaged skin.
For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children.
Can cause eye irritation. Avoid getting product in eyes. In case of eye contact, flush for 15 minutes with cold water. If irritation persists, consult your physician.
Water, Mineral Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycol Stearate, Glyceryl Monostearate, Stearic Acid, Methyl Salicylate, Glycerin, Lanolin, Methylparaben (preservative), Sodium Hydroxide, Propylparaben (preservative), FD&C Blue #1 and FD&C Yellow #5.
Keep in a cool dry place. Do not freeze.
Manufactured for: Aspen Veterinary Resources,® Ltd., Liberty, MO 64068, USA
1 Pound (0.45 kg)
A391VP Rev. 01/17
4 Pounds (1.82 kg)
A392VP Rev. 01/17
3155 W. HEARTLAND DRIVE, LIBERTY, MO, 64068
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